Holidays are about families, and what better example of a happy family then spending time together on a Carnival Fun Ship.
One highlight for us this year was sailing on the brand new Carnival Vista for our National Conference. The cruise began December 3rd in Miami, Florida. Carnival Vista was decorated for the holiday season.
The first thing we noticed when boarding the ship was the beautiful atrium decorated with garland, a Christmas tree and a mailbox for letters to Santa. Throughout the ship there were more decorations to enjoy.
Holiday time is a great time to sail on a cruise ship. You do need to plan in advance if you want to sail on the holiday itself as those cabins sell out quickly.
Carnival has a partnership with Dr. Seuss. Shown here is one of the youth program rooms decorated for Christmas. The age appropriate programs have something for each of your children and best of all, it's included in your cruise price.
They'll have fun playing with other children of the same age if you decide to have them included in the program. We toured the facility during "family time".
Most importantly, spend some time together as a family enjoying all the entertainment that the cruise staff has in store for you from the time you arrive on board the ship.
We'll post some more details about the children programs in future articles.
We hope that your Christmas tree is filled with many special gifts this year. Perhaps one of them contains a gift certificate for a cruise or resort stay on Carnival Cruise Line or any of our other travel partners.
Even if you didn't have a cruise vacation wrapped up in a box under your tree, there's still plenty of opportunity for you to surprise your family in the New Year with a trip that they will remember for years to come.
Make some memories in 2017 with your family and friends.